Seattle Bay Creamery

Written by on May 14, 2014 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(No website found at time of publishing) – Seattle Waterfront, Washington

Ice Creamery

How I heard of this place: Just take a walk along the Seattle Waterfront, and despite Big Bertha’s presence, hoards of people are always lined up in front of this Ice Creamery. Daily. Hourly. We had made a plan to sample it at some point before leaving this apartment home (someday), but never quite figured out the timing. Until now. We had some friends over for dinner from the north end and they suggested bringing our wallets in case we wanted ice cream. We definitely wanted ice cream.

Miners Landing Pier 54

Type of cuisine: Homemade ice cream and handmade waffle cones.

Ambiance: A walk-up counter at Pier 54s Miner’s Landing, among oyster stands, deep fried somethings and fish n’ chips, lines grow longer with each passing minute as passerby smell the waffle cones.

Ice Creamery Menu

What I ordered: We sampled the cotton candy, huckleberry, coconut, cookies & cream, Butterfinger and caramel coffee. But the only one with any flavor that was obvious was the cotton candy, so we settled on a single scoop of that, on a waffle cone ($4.75).

Ice Creamery Flavors

What I loved: The waffle cone; even though it was slightly stale (soft), likely from the humidity around the waterfront on a hot, summery day, still had a nice, light, vanilla-y flavor that complemented the creamy ice.

Ice Creamery Ice Cream

Why I loved it: Location. Location. Location.

Ice Creamery Lines

Cost: Average ($3.75 per single scoop sugar/plain cone, $4.75 per single scoop waffle cone)

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